Game Info No. 11 Humber vs Redeemer
Date Wed. Nov. 28
Tip-off 6 p.m.
Venue North Campus
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Series Record Humber leads, 39-0
Last Meeting W, 83-44 (2/21/18)
Streak W6

The Storyline
No. 11 Humber women's basketball (6-1, 2nd West) return to the North Campus Gym Wednesday to host Redeemer (2-6, 9th West). The game will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network at 6 p.m. with Kyle Dalton and Andrew Milani on the call, with Danielle Dupuis reporting from the sidelines.

Last Time Out
Behind Miea Campbell-Johnson's third double-double of the season, the Hawks picked up their sixth straight win, defeating UTM (4-5, 8th West), 69-56.

Brittania Brown finished with a season-high 15 points, while Makeba Taylor stuffed the stat line, finishing with 12 points, eight rebounds, and six assists.

Scouting Redeemer

  • The Royals opened up the season with five straight losses before sweeping Sault on the road.
  • Redeemer is ninth in the conference in scoring, averaging 61.3 PPG, while its defence is allowing 70.8 PPG.
  • Tobie Brinkman is averaging 17.7 PPG, the sixth-best mark in the league and is currently one of three players averaging a double-double this season.
  • The Royals are 0-19 all-time at the North Campus Gym, dating back to the 1992-93 season.

Previous Meeting
As a freshman, Makeba Taylor tied a career-high with 16 points, as top-ranked Humber recorded its 20th win of the season and the program's third consecutive perfect regular season.

Pass the Rock
In the win over UTM, Humber tied its season-high with 21 assists. Leticia Lopez paced the way, finishing with a game-high eight dimes. The Hawks picked up their 39th straight win over the Royals, leaving with an 83-44 victory.

Career Year
Through seven games, Leticia Lopez has hit a league-best and career-high 27 triples. The fifth-year point guard is on pace to hit 78 3-pointers this season, which would break Kelly Killoran's OCAA record of 68 during the 2012-13 season.

At the Helm
Two-time national champion head coach Ajay Sharma enters the game two wins away from becoming the first coach in program history to win 150 career games. In seven-plus seasons, Coach Sharma owns 148-23 (.865) record, all-time.

Home Is Where The Heart Is
Humber has won 43 consecutive regular season games at the North Campus Gym. Its last loss came on Jan. 14, 2014 to Mohawk, 67-39. Since 1972, the Hawks are 215-46 (.824) all-time at home.

What's Next?
No. 11 Humber will conclude the first half of the regular season on Dec. 1 when St. Clair (5-2, 4th West) visits the North Campus Gym. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m. and will be streamed live the Hawks Sports Network.